Exhibitions

Women, beauty, family and love

The Pérez Simón Collection of Victorian art travels to London

Published online: 12 November 2014

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German Pop artists come clean

Exhibition opens in Frankfurt, includes artists overshadowed by Richter and Polke

Published online: 07 November 2014

Art Prize winner back on view by popular demand

The Grand Rapids Art Museum has re-displayed the shadow box installation, inspired by the designs of the Alhambra

Published online: 07 November 2014

Sneak a peek at the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi’s collection

Exhibition opening this week sheds light on the museum's acquisitions and curatorial framework

Published online: 05 November 2014

Off the table soon?

Shows like the Met’s on Mannerist painter Bartholomeus Spranger could become a rare treat

Published online: 05 November 2014

Basquiat’s unseen notebooks come to Brooklyn

The journals, never shown before, reveal the artist’s deliberate use of words and images

Published online: 03 November 2014

 

These are their stories

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) in Richmond is hosting a show of prints by the Japanese artist Kawase Hasui and the backer of the...

When Dr Kinsey met Kenneth Anger

The Wellcome Collection opens “The Institute of Sexology” on Thursday, 20 November, the inaugural long-format exhibition in Gallery 2 of...

Amazzzing art

Any ill-timed bouts of insomnia could kibosh a show that is due to open later this month at Gallery Different in Bloomsbury, London. The...

 

Look Close

The American painter Chuck Close is the subject of a survey at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney, which opens this week (“Chuck Close: Prints, Process and Collaboration,” 20 November-15 March 2015). The show focuses on the artist’s prints, including etches, lithographs, silkscreens and woodcuts. In this clip, Close discusses how he uses grids to create his signature work.